Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 include a helpful feature. When things are just too fouled up, you can practically start over. And, when you need to get rid of a computer or just want to start over completely, you can do that, too.
When you need to explain what’s wrong with your computer, send a picture. A picture shows exactly what’s going on. It always clarifies your explanation, and sometimes it’s the only explanation you need!
This week: Readers reveal the secret to last week’s card trick, and a couple of things worth mentioning.
As we head into the holiday weekend, I need a little bit of a break. This week, we’re re-posting three recent items readers found interesting or helpful. Hope you are enjoying your holiday!
If you’ve received an email from Microsoft informing you you’re over your OneDrive Storage Limit, your first question was probably, “How did that happen?”
I can probably answer that, and I can certainly show you how to fix it.
Years ago, I worked for a long distance phone company. Every month the company sent each of us a copy of the company newsletter, complete with ads for our own company’s long distance service. I found this confusing.
Microsoft must have taken a page from the same book as it sprints toward market domination. I’m using Microsoft Windows 10. Why am I getting ads for Microsoft Windows 10 “features”?
At least we can turn off (most of) the ads.
Earlier this month a widely-reported ransomware outbreak scared the living daylights out of people all over the world. What happened, and how can you keep it from happening to you?
Creators Update hid the Control Panel … again. Seize control of your Microsoft account.
The new version of Windows 10 launched. Have you seen it yet? Microsoft patches an Office security hole. Are your updates up to date?
This we have some new information on items from previous columns. Here comes the next gigantic Windows 10 update! That BatteryCare utility startled some readers. And the Date and Time tweak was confusing.